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  • French road deaths fallRoad deaths in France were down 7.6% in August 2012 compared to the same month in 2011. In total, 342 people were killed in road accidents. During the first eight months of 2012, road deaths were... 31 October 2012
  • Europe announces exhaust emission plansThe European Commission is announcing its new engine emission categories as well as the introduction of new stages. The consultation document will include new categories in the directive for non-road... 14 September 2012
  • Ireland plans stimulus arrangementA stimulus package worth over €2 billion is being planned by the Irish Government. This will be used to fund infrastructure projects in the country, including major roads in Wexford and Galway. The... 14 September 2012
  • Italian highway projects advancingTwo key highway projects in Italy are exhibiting good progress at present. Construction work on the new Brescia-Milan highway link is now more than 50% complete. The bridges crossing the Serio, Adda... 14 September 2012
  • Electric vehicle range set to growResearch shows that keeping batteries within optimum operating temperatures will increase the range of electric vehicles. It is widely known that batteries perform less well in cold weather but it is... 14 September 2012
  • Czech tender interest from international companiesThe tender process for upgrade works on the D1 highway in the Czech Republic is attracting international bidding. The five sections of highway are worth €173.2 million in all, with investments of €59... 14 September 2012
  • Bulgarian project progressing wellWork on the new Trakiya Highway in Bulgaria is on track, with some 70km already open to traffic. When it is complete, the new highway will link Karnobat and Burgas on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. The... 14 September 2012
  • Biofuels push foodstuff costsCritics of Europe's push towards biofuels are pointing out that the strategy is boosting the cost of foodstuffs around the world. The combination of drought and high grain prices are fuelling a... 14 September 2012
  • Portuguese toll plan makes strong startAround 72,500 foreign drivers have already registered for the electronic toll payment system set up at motorways which connect to the Spanish border, according to Portuguese road agency (Estradas de... 14 September 2012
  • Relief road eases Carlisle centreThe number of Heavy Goods Vehicles travelling through Carlisle's city centre is estimated to have been reduced by more than a third since the new multi-million euro Carlisle Northern Development... 14 September 2012
  • Polish road in tender troubleA new tender has been offered for the construction of the Debica-Tarnow section of the A4 motorway in southern Poland. The Polish General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA) decided... 14 September 2012
  • Portsmouth bridge gets cash boostMajor improvements are planned to tackle a traffic bottleneck on the Northern Road Bridge in Portsmouth, on the English south coast, after the government pledged €13.73 million [£11 million] for the... 14 September 2012
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